Scouting and Guiding in Burma

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Today, Scouting in Burma is experiencing a rebirth[1]-it had a rich five-decade history, followed by another five decades in which it was banned. The Scout and Guide movement in Burma was served by

International Scouting units in Burma[edit]

There are two organizations focused on serving children of American families living in Yangon: the USA Girl Scouts Overseas, serviced by way of USAGSO headquarters in New York, and the Boy Scouts of America, serviced by the Direct Service branch of the Boy Scouts of America. These councils serve BSA and GSUSA units composed of children of diplomatic, business and military personnel, and international units run under their auspices.

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